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The Culpeper Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Announces Appointment of Acting President/CEO

The Culpeper Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors wishes to announce the appointment of Debra Stohlman as Acting President/CEO.

Oh, the places you’ll go

Reading from her own school yearbook, President of the Virginia School Boards Association Kerri Wilson revealed a local connection to new teachers at the Culpeper County Public Schools (CCPS) New Teacher Induction held Aug. 6.

On pointe: Marie School of Ballet opens

Jennifer Willard demonstrates pristine form in a grand opening demonstration held at Marie School of Ballet. Photo by Ian Chini.
Bows and ribbons and buns, oh my!!

Proposed natural gas pipeline suspended

Without much explanation, Spectra Energy has apparently suspended development of its proposed natural gas pipeline from Pennsylvania to North Carolina, with a portion running through the Piedmont area, including Culpeper.

Culpeper in Brief

Culpeper County countryside. Courtesy photo.
Culpeper Community.

Time Out

"Silver City Raiders". Courtesy photo.
Culpeper Community happenings.

Property condemned for Inner Loop project

Richard Dwyer’s quest to see culvert box designs died a quiet death in a nearly empty Circuit Courtroom July 18 while outside trucks churned across Balds Run in a race to complete the Town's Inner Loop by November.

Fauquier County supervisors table zoning change that could lead to motorcycle track

Just as it did in July at a Fauquier Planning Commission meeting, discussion of a potential off-road motorcycle racetrack last week seemed to highlight larger cultural issues in the county.

Wholesaler growing produce business

Located in Elkwood, Blue Ridge Produce represents more than 100 farmers. Photo by Ian Chini.
Mark Seale isn’t the kind of person who turns down a meeting, any meeting.

Military strategy then and now: Leading from the front

Military artist Don Stivers depicts the largest cavalry battle of the Civil War on June 9, 1863 at Brandy Station. Courtesy photo.
When Phil Gibbons, who describes himself as a “living historian,” visited the Brandy Station Battlefield for the first time many years ago, he scooped a spoonful of earth and put it in a cup.

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Property condemned for Inner Loop project

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Stohlman in the lead

At The Gas Pump

Ole Country Store and Bakery bigger and better than ever

Yowell Elementary begins another school year

Rich Crowley’s Snapshot of Culpeper

Former Culpeper mayor found guilty of sexual battery

Blandy Experimental Farm - “Guided Walking Meditation”

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